Michael York Biography
Birthday: March 27, 1942 (Aries)
Born In: Fulmer, England
‘Logan’s Run’, ‘The Three Musketeers’ and ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ are some of the movies that Michael York is best-known for. His large repertoire of work is a direct reflection of his passion for acting and also speaks voluminously about his talent. From television to films, he has acted in a variety of genres and has donned many hats in terms of the types of roles he chose to portray. From being an upper-class jetsetter to playing the quintessential American hero, some of Michael’s prolific works were made in the 1960s and 1970s, including, ‘Murder on the Orient Express’, ‘England Made Me’ and ‘Something for Everyone’. After the 1980s, his movie career began to fade and he starred in a number of television movies, soap operas and after-school specials. He then started producing films and also began appearing on Broadway productions such as, ‘Bent’, ‘The Crucible’ and ‘The Little Prince’. His acting career has spanned a number of decades and newer audiences now recognize him with his roles in movies like ‘Austin Powers’ or from the ‘Omega Code’ films. Since the new millennium, his appearances on television soaps and films have reduced drastically; however, he continues to remain active by penning memoirs or lending his voice for films or being part of the productions. If you would like to learn more about this swashbuckling personality, scroll further.